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Incoming: a COVID-19 employment law litigation wave

Incoming: a COVID-19 employment law litigation wave

Employment lawyers predict a surge in litigation after COVID cost-cutting

A wave of domestic violence, divorce and custody cases comes as court backlogs rise

A wave of domestic violence, divorce and custody cases comes as court backlogs rise

In a sinking economy, few can afford family lawyers

‘Broken system’: Lawyers fighting for reform in retirement homes and long-term care facilities

‘Broken system’: Lawyers fighting for reform in retirement homes and long-term care facilities

Thousands of COVID deaths have highlighted systemic flaws in elder care, say lawyers

Investing personal injury settlements in a volatile market

Investing personal injury settlements in a volatile market

For claimants looking to invest settlements, structures contrast with whipsawing markets

Indigenous law expert explains how UNDRIP advances the law of consultation and consent

Indigenous law expert explains how UNDRIP advances the law of consultation and consent

Divergent interpretations exist for United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

With website blocking and international treaties, copyright law evolves with the digital domain

With website blocking and international treaties, copyright law evolves with the digital domain

Courts continue to grapple with finding an equitable balance between creators and consumers